Posted on Monday, July 5th, 2010 by Annat Katz
The Bleacher Report – I’m hardly a full-fledged sports fan, and that’s a gross understatement. Excluding the 2010 Fifa World Cup and a little bit of the US Open every year, I never keep track of all the dramas that take place in baseball, football, basketball or any other sports field not mentioned here. The Bleacher Report, although covering both local and international sports news, is one place I will be visiting on a regular basis from now on. How come? Well, their content is so good it would be a mistake not to. In addition, they cover more interesting topics under the sports umbrella than the usual game stats, players’ contracts, and whose wife slept with what team’s quarterback.
Beautifully designed and easy to navigate through, the Bleacher Report is a wonderful and intelligent sports hub you should tap into even if you’re not a big sports person. I suggest starting out with reading some of the most commented posts (scroll down on the homepage), and see for yourself why I’m so impressed. Alternatively, you can click on the photo below to read a well-written article on the Top Five Underperforming Star Players in this year’s World Cup.